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Disclosure exemption for digital political ads should end, Federal Election Commission told.
The government contacted 18 state attorneys general and sent a draft lawsuit to at least seven of them, but no one has signed on to help.
Wells Fargo resumes coverage on Apple shares with a market perform rating, saying the smart phone maker’s prospects are more uncertain after its recent iPhone product launches.
Analysts anticipate the company using the technology in its recently acquired Whole Foods stores.
Snap’s pivot is an indictment of our current tech landscape and a warning for other start-ups hoping to take on internet giants, NYT reports.
JMP Securities downgraded the social media company, citing sluggish user growth and potential risks from its app redesign.
Alphabet's Google reclaimed its spot as the default search engine on Mozilla's Firefox Internet browser in the U.S. and other regions.
Square is allowing some people to test a feature on its money transfer app Cash that enables them to buy and sell bitcoin.
Most people in Indonesia don't have bank accounts, but one of the country's start-ups says it's already leading the drive to go cashless.
The cautious sentiment from the last session continued through the trading day on Wednesday.
Last week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said he was surprised at the extent of the opioid crisis. But Facebook is filled with illegal opioid ads.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates gave an optimistic speech Tuesday on the rise of new technologies and how they will impact human society in years to come.
AT&T may request communications between the White House and DOJ about the planned takeover of Time Warner, Bloomberg reports, citing sources.
The company said it was reducing the cost to unlock key characters by 75 percent after an uproar by early gamers.
Hospitals are using AI chatbots to help geriatric patients face the end of life. And they may be better at talking death than doctors.
LeEco once sought to rival Netflix, Tesla and Apple. It hasn't worked, and that's had broad implications for other Chinese companies.
Venture investor Steve Jurvetson is on leave from Tesla and SpaceX boards after being removed from his firm for sexual harassment claims.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says Apple will launch three new iPhones in 2018 including the largest model yet.
The ride-hailing war between Uber and Lyft is moving north of the border.
A new app promises to rid your iPhone X of the notch, but it's not worth the $0.99 you'll pay.